Tennis aces team up to spruik the Sunny Coast


first_imgTennis champ Mark Kratzmann will build one house in India for every apartment sold at his latest development venture, The Ivy Picnic Point JUL 1987: PAT CASH OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES WITH THE WIMBLEDON MENS SINGLES TROPHY AFTER WINNING IN THE FINAL AGAINST IVAN LENDL.To date, 27 of the 37 units at The Ivy Picnic Point have sold, with completion expected later this year.For every apartment sold at the Ivy at Picnic Point, The Kratzmann Group is building one house in India, in partnership with not-for-profit organisations Habitat for Humanity and B1G1. An artists impression of the living space inside one of the sub-penthouses at The Ivy Picnic PointAlthough his real estate portfolio is centred in London, the former Wimbledon champion said it was worth exploring investment opportunities on the Sunshine Coast, given that major capitals such as Sydney and Melbourne had come off their highs.The tennis pals also visited a number of local hot spots. The Ivy Picnic PointCash, who regularly holidays at Noosa while commentating during Australia’s summer of tennis, said he was impressed by the level of construction and infrastructure being built in the tourist town.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“I thought Maroochydore was a sleepy little coastal town, so I was quite impressed by the quality of waterside properties close to great beaches, good dining and coffee shops,” Cash said. Pat Cash and Mark KratzmannFORMER Aussie tennis ace Pat Cash made a surprise visit to the Sunshine Coast last week, stopping in to check out the latest development by friend and fellow tour champion Mark Kratzmann.The Kratzmann Group recently commenced construction of The Ivy Picnic Point, a luxury 37-unit complex on the banks of the Maroochy River.last_img

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